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  • Review: Room 143

    Room 143 by Laramie Briscoe is a standalone contemporary romance about a widower who is pushed to move on by his family and a woman new to the small town that steps in to help her best friend only to find herself in a situation she never expected. The chemistry between Caroline and Nash is palpable. The situation in which they first met is crazy! The premise was so much different than what I was expecting from the blurb - but I've loved every Laramie Briscoe book I have read so far so I gave this a chance. I'm so glad I did. It's a small-town romance with a kinky twist in the meet-cute but I loved it all. Enjoy!

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  • Love is patient

    This book is about healing and learning to live and love again. Caroline was so patient and understanding. She didn’t want to take Katie’s place in Nash’s heart instead she wanted him to keep Katie in his life but to make a place for her too.

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  • packed with feels

    Room 143 is emotional, sexy, and - did I mention it's emotional? There's just something about a big, tough guy crying that gets me every time, so of course, Nash had me crying big ol' tears. My heart just broke for him. However, this one is not all angst and sorrow. Nope, we also get some fan yourself sexy, and Laramie Briscoe's well-timed wit to keep things from getting too heavy. From the beginning, one word kept coming to mind for this romance: kismet. There's just no getting around it. It may not be supernatural, but this one is without a doubt meant to be. I'm being deliberately vague to keep from giving spoilers, so I'll just say Room 143 is wonderfully written, loaded with feels, and just an all-around beautiful story. The characters are brilliantly drawn and pull you right into their story. And what a story it is! Definitely a must-read.

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